Thursday, May 23, 2013

Beginner Bike For Sale!

Built with the intent of looking like hell, this beast started life as a stock 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 800, and was chopped and stretched with only 17,000 miles on the clock.  Probably have ridden it another 2 to 3000 miles since the work was done with no issues. 

Frame has a mild 20 inch stretch, custom hard tail, added a brand new stock height black and chrome DNA springer front end, Harley 16 inch front wheel, dual 11.5 rotors and calipers (stops real good).  Suicide shifter with the clutch handle on it, custom taillight pods made from connecting rods of a ford big block.  Working turn signals, 3 headlights, running boards made from skateboards, custom chain tensioner that uses a skateboard wheel, ebay found rear rack.  Fuel system has 2 tanks, the top one being a one gallon reserve, and the spun aluminum under the seat is about 2 gallons and has a separate electric fuel pump and regulator.  No switches on the bars, uses a Harley pressure switch for brake lights, no switch wired to rear brakes.  Ford hubcap air cleaner cover.  Bike is a hardtail, but the metal tractor seat is mounted to a jeep leaf spring, giving some cushion to the ride.  Exhaust is custom fabbed using a cherry bomb muffler and a tractor flapper valve. 

FRAME WAS WELDED BY A PROFESSIONAL WELDER, and uses ¾ inch plate gussets in the rear.  Frame is solid on this bike. 

The more you look at this bike, the more custom and trick parts you see.  Hillbilly engineering is quite evident on this bike.  Currently registered and insured as a 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 800. 

Only issues that I know of at this point.  Speedo does not work, and there is no horn.  Switch is wired, but I just got lazy and didn’t put one on.  Will give you a stock horn from something if you buy this. 

Seller is not responsible for any import charges, shipping charges, inspections etc that this bike may need in your local area.  Insured and licensed in British Columbia as of now
Email Motorcycho for more info or contact person

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